Continuing in our series, Brad Frost stops by to give us his thoughts on front-end development work in 2018 and walks us through our Dribbble shots experiment. (Links to the images are below in the show notes or on your podcast player.)
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- 2:40 Do you think of yourself as a front-end developer Brad?
- 5:40 Is front-end development having an identity crisis?
- 10:10 What do you see in the clients you work with?
- 12:10 Updating 100s of comps to change the font size for a client
- 16:25 Sponsored by NativeScript
- 17:55 What's the most perfect front-end project for you?
- 23:30 Figuring out which parts are non-negotiable.
- 27:57 What's a turf war you'd fight on a project?
- 33:45 Sponsored by WordPress
- 35:10 Any tips for the hiring process?
- 43:05 The front-end developer deals with the browser - the client.
- 45:00 It's ok if you're bad at something - hire someone who's not bad at it.
- 51:00 Dribbble #1 Food for lovers
- 55:09 Dribbble #2 Socialio
- 57:07 Dribbble #3 Sibling
- 1:00:20 Dribbble #4 Finance app
- 1:04:00 Dribbble #5 Festival homepage
- 1:11:00 Where to follow Brad online
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